Sep 30 2021 04:10 AM - edited Sep 30 2021 05:11 AM
Sep 30 2021 04:10 AM - edited Sep 30 2021 05:11 AM
Windows 11 update told the PC does not meet the requirements (TSM and EUFI).
After fixing this issues in the BIOS and running the health check, it is all ok.
When I open Settings -> Update & Security, there is still a red cross.
Reboot didn't help.
Looks to me a bug in the Windows Update that some flag is not cleared after fixing the issues.
Jan 20 2022 08:52 PM
@Rene_Balvert Im also having same problem, i have AMD Ryzen 7 5800X, RTX 3070, 32GB RAM, 1TB nvme ssd.
Jan 21 2022 05:47 PM
I "synchronized your clock" as shown in the picture. That instantly changed my windows update to recognize that i met the requirements for the Windows 11 update. My issue occurred after updating my bios for TPM 2.0 in order to meet all the requirements for Windows 11. Hope that helps anyone that needs it, please let me know if it worked for anyone else.
Jan 26 2022 12:43 PM - edited Jan 26 2022 12:50 PM
@Vazrik This did not work for me. Dell Precision 5520; PC Health check Pass; Windows 11 update Fail after time sync;
Jan 30 2022 06:56 PM - edited Feb 18 2022 04:16 AM
I had the same problem. If your PC meets the requirements for Windows 11, you can use the Windows 11 Installation Assistant tool instead.
Just head over to the Windows 11 ISO download page and download it. I did it today and it works fine without any issues.
Feb 08 2022 08:14 PM
Funny because I have the same issue,
32 core AMD Threadripper 64GB of memory 8TB of storage and an Nvidia GTX 1050Ti video card. All well beyond what is needed to run Windows 11 yet it says that my computer doesn't meet the minimums.
Feb 15 2022 10:44 AM
Feb 15 2022 10:46 AM - edited Feb 15 2022 10:46 AM
Try using the install directly from Microsoft's website.
The thread above helped me find this. Seems to be an issue with 'Windows Update'
Feb 18 2022 04:23 AM - edited Feb 18 2022 04:26 AM
@Bgoodman87, this worked for me. I disabled my 'data' or 'D' drive in the bios first, so I did not lose any of that information. I then burned the ISO that I downloaded from the Windows 11 site to a USB drive and did a complete reformat and install following the Windows 11 install.
Note: My Dell Precision 5520 did not run well during the 'insiders beta program release,' but it runs better than with windows 10 with the official release. The only issue is the battery life is halved in Win11 and it does not look like Dell is going to support Win11 on this machine with updated drivers. I will say that WSL2, VSCode and GPU passthrough work very well now.
Feb 24 2022 10:16 AM
I am having the opposite issue. Even though my PC meets or exceeds everything Microsoft has listed, the health checker still says it does not meet requirements! It is frustrating beyond belief.
1. Processor 1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster with 2 or more cores on a compatible 64-bit processor or System on a Chip (SoC).
2. RAM 4 gigabyte (GB).
3. Storage 64 GB or larger storage device Note: See below under “More information on storage space to keep Windows 11 up-to-date” for more details.
4. System firmware UEFI, Secure Boot capable. Check here for information on how your PC might be able to meet this requirement.
5. TPM Trusted Platform Module (TPM) version 2.0. Check here for instructions on how your PC might be enabled to meet this requirement.
6. Graphics card Compatible with DirectX 12 or later with WDDM 2.0 driver.
7. Display High definition (720p) display that is greater than 9” diagonally, 8 bits per color channel.
⦁ My system meets or exceeds ALL of these requirements:
1. All required Windows Updates done
2. AMD Ryzen 7 2700x (on approved list)
3. 32GB RAM
4. 321GB free in 1TB nvme drive
5. UEFI boot enabled
6. TPM 2.0 enabled and active per tpm.msc (also enabled in BIOS). Status: 'The TPM is ready for use'
7. AMD Radeon RX-580 w/ 17'' Asus 1080p monitor
8. DirectX 12 with WDDM 2.7
9. Signed into Microsoft Account when running PC Health Checker
Feb 26 2022 12:34 AM
Update: My dell 5520 and WSL2 with GPU passthrough still runs better on windows 11 than it did on windows 10. I have identified several unconfirmed shortcomings: 1) it does not appear that the Open Hardware Monitor tool can get accurate information from the CPU, GPU etc, particularly with temperatures. 2) The computer is unbale to enter sleep or hibernation - it will drain the battery if not shut down. 3) The battery drivers do not appear to work with windows 11. All in all, it appears that with some driver updates for cpu, gpu and batter, the machine could operate fine with Windows 11. Of note, could it be that the Win11 compatibility checker lies with the drivers for, or how the checker reads the CPU configuration?
Feb 26 2022 01:57 PM
Success at last! I ran this command from the command prompt to update the compatibility checker:
Then I downloaded and ran the latest version of WindowsPCHealthCheckSetup. It finally told me what I already knew - that my PC was Windows 11 ready.
Microsoft can definitely be a bit frustrating :).
Mar 28 2022 03:18 AM
This did not work for me. Tried the clock sync and running %windir%\system32\compattelrunner.exe
still red X. attempting the manual installer now.
Apr 09 2022 01:38 PM
Apr 09 2022 03:56 PM
Yeah - In my humble opinion, Microsoft is often not clear, or things are not always as they describe\work as they should. But that's one of the reasons we have forums, right? :)
Apr 15 2022 02:04 AM
@gausdahlhotmailcom thank! thats it! But you forgot about one moment. You must execute this as administrator!
Apr 15 2022 09:52 AM